Whipped together in 1878, only 10 years before The Football League was created, Everton takes its place as the founding members of what is dubbed as the oldest football competition in the world. Initially, the squad was called “St. Domingo FC” to allow Breckfield Road North’s members of the St. Domingo congregation to engage in sports for the whole year, since cricket was played only during summers. Gradually, the team changed its name to Everton as more locals expressed interest in joining its ranks. Today, Marco Silva’s lineup is regarded as one of the most menacing in the English top-tier football, missing promotion to Premier League only four times in 141 years and a total of 116 seasons of activity. Even though Everton features an array of impressive talents, the club has undergone a rather rough patch in recent years, as far as management is concerned. Following Sam Allardyce’s leave at the end of the 2017 season, former Watford boss, Marco Silva took the helm to lead The Toffees to better pastures. Jordan Pickford has consolidated his spot during the summer of the 2018/19 season as England’s top pick for a goalkeeper, while Midfielder Bernard Duarte continues to impress. Richarlison de Andrade is also sparkling, even though there have been concerns addressing the outstanding £50 price tag.
Following the move from Anfield, Everton made camp at Goodison Park where it has been playing since 1892. The stadium is regarded as one of England’s most iconic grounds and has a total capacity of 39,572 seats. Interestingly enough, it is located only 3 km away from Everton’s nemesis – Liverpool. Goodison Park has served as the battlegrounds for the 1966 World Cup, as well as the main venue for an FA Cup final, among many other international fixtures.
Everton went on to secure the first League Championship title only two seasons after The Football League’s inception. In total, The Toffees have won:
Playing only 3 km from Liverpool, it is easy to understand why the bitterest rivalry would be carried out against The Reds. The clash between these two has been dubbed the Merseyside derby.
While club members benefit from certain perks, discounts and club merchandise, you don’t necessarily have to be an official member to buy Everton tickets.
Any Everton supporter can purchase both away and home tickets if there is availability, of course.
Yes, season cardholders and members will relist their tickets in the case that they can't attend a home match on one of the resale platforms, SeatPick helps you compare all of these ticket sites in one place and buy your Everton tickets in a safe and secure manner.
The price of an individual ticket depends on a number of factors such as age, seating, opponents, competition, etc.
Everton has frozen the season ticket prices in the last four years, touting affordable fares for every football fan around the world. A full-priced Everton season ticket revolves starts at around £420.
Individual tickets are usually sold at higher prices in order to encourage football fans to purchase season tickets. However, season ticket holders who cannot attend all matches sell their tickets on the secondary market to trusted resellers such as StubHub, Ticketmaster, Viagogo, Ticketnetwork, etc.
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